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Aldi Indrajaya styled model Hege in Sapto Djojokartiko’s black lace dresses with embroideries, lace, beads and sequins peplum top, shoes, corset and gold necklaces for a fashion spread entitled “Red” photographed by Andre Wiredja.

Thanks to Andre Wiredja for the images.

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Sapto Djojokartiko’s collections are featured in three different editorials that was published in the April issue of Elle Indonesia.

In an advertorial, Hakim Satriyo photographed a model wearing tulle dress with embroideries and sequins dresses from the designer.

Bona Soetirto photographed a model in Sapto Djojokartiko’s organza dress with metallic appliqués, bustier and chiffon skirt for “Tin Soldier & The Brave Ballerina” editorial that was styled by Anindita Saryuf.

Last but not least, the designer’s sequins dresses, sheer embroidered dress, high waisted shorts, sequins boots and tulle dress with embroideries were featured for “The Newton’s Rules” that was photographed by Nicoline Patricia Malina and styled by Aldi Indrajaya.

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Aldi Indrajaya styled a fashion spread for the Issue 1 of Astonish Magazine in which the models, Vivien and Veronika, wore Sapto Djojokartiko’s black coat, cardigan with pearly appliqué, corset shorts, black dress (just seen), sleeveless dress with wooden panels, black shirt, red dress with ruffles details in the back, platform shoes and nude thigh high boots.

Muhammad Hakim Satriyo photographed the minimalist “Shadow Stroke” editorial for the New York based magazine.

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Sapto Djojokartiko was photographed by Hakim Satriyo along with his muse, Noorani Sukardi, in a lace dress from the designer styled by Aldi Indrajaya, for the accompanying image from “Edgy Meets Classic” article that was published in the December 2011 issue of Indonesia Tatler.

Below are the excerpts from the article:

When most Indonesian fashion designers make Paris and Milan primary references for ideas and creativity, designer Sapto Djojokartiko, instead, makes London a Mecca of his design inspiration.

“London, despite being a gray, gloomy city, influences the way I design,” he says. But Sapto has this sartorial flamboyance that strongly takes traditional elements into account in his design. He imagines folktales, folkdances, music and local architectural styles of Java (Solo is his hometown) and incorporates them into his works of art.

To become the person he is today, Sapto admits that he had to go through a long, winding journey. “I’ve been doing various professions throughout my life, from a make-up artist to a stylist. It was a challenge, but it’s my past experiences that have shaped me,” the designer explained. Sapto, a proud graduate of “L’Ecole Supérieure des Arts et techniques de la Mode”, established his own label, “Sapto Djojokartiko” at the end of 2007.

He introduced to Tatler his beautiful muse, Noorani Sukardi, who for the photo shoot, swanked a dramatic and yet elegant black long evening gown—a fashion piece inspired from a book entitled “The King, the Witch, and the Priest” by Pramoedya Ananta Toer. The dress looks dark and is powerfully emotional; he felt so much admiration for it because he believes the piece successfully gets his message across. “Women nowadays should look edgy and yet could maintain her elegance at the same time”

“Rani (as many refer to Noorani Sukardi) exudes a strong aura. On the one hand, she can be rebellious and tomboy, while on the other hand, she can be very feminine. She just looks perfect in that dress.” Sapto added.

Both Sapto and Rani share the same star sign, Libra. And that’s probably why they got along so well, for they share similar “strong” characteristics. Rani said she admired the designer’s creations because they were not only comfortable but also fitted her personality well.
“Their silhouettes flatter your body shape,” she said.
“He is totally an artist. I hope that in the future, he will always stay humble and will always be eager to keep learning from others, especially in this cut-throat industry.” Rani concludes.

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UPDATED JANUARY 20th 2012: Added four more images of the spread which the model, Rani Sukardi, wearing Sapto Djojokartiko’s fringe and lace dresses.

Hakim Satriyo photographed model Rani Sukardi in Sapto Djojokartiko’s bodysuit and lace veil for “Mirror, Mirror” editorial published in the December 2011 issue of Indonesia Tatler with the styling works by Aldi Indrajaya who also styled another fashion spread titled “Going Wild” featuring model Raline Shah in Sapto Djojokartiko’s drapery dress with gold sequins and black dress with lace sleeves snapped by Andre Wiredja.

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Sapto Djojokartiko’s blazer was worn by Paula Verhoeven with the styling works of Aldi Indrajaya for this unpublished image from dewi magazine October 2011 photographed by Jacky Suharto.

Image via Aldi Indrajaya.

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Jacky Suharto photographed model Juliet Pishnyak in “A.M’ spread wearing Sapto Djojokartiko’s fur shawl, lace brocade shows, shorts and shoes with the styling by Zinnia Zubaida.

In “The Cuckoo’s Nest” story photographed by Stephany Yaya Sungkharisma and styled by Aldi Indrajaya, Renato and Sveta Sentiureta wore Sapto Djojokartiko’s military jacket with tassels and buttons details, black lace bodysuit and cream tassel cape.

Model Kemala Putri wore a black lace dress by Sapto Djojokartiko for “Ancient Stories” editorial photographed by Hakim Satriyo and styled by Chekka Cuomova.

In the same issue of DEW Magazine, Shadtoto Prasetio lensed Juliet Pishnyak wearing a necklace and platform shoes by the designer with the styling done by Reza Bustami.

Images via DEW Magazine.

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